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Glenn Robert Lym Architect
Corrugated, galvanized sheet metal and mirrors make for a lively powder room.
the first floor not be used as a living space, then it would a garage storage area. roght now their is a small kitchern, living room, family room, bedroom, and utilities room. this bathroom shows the exact type of metal siding i would like. nice job.
Metal company (sheet metal is used largely in making HVAC duct work) or an ironworks shop that does a lot of complicated sheet metal forming.
I noticed you mixed corrugated metal with wood on the outside of the house. Are ALL the walls in the powder room corrugated metal, or is one of them wood? Just
Steel seems to have the capabilities to make it in various styles. Yes it might cost more, but it would outlive you and your house. If you back them with a waterproof membrane water will stay in the shower and not get in your walls.
Dominique & Anne-Marie
I would like to make this door for our laundry room. But I can't find the answer to your reply. Could you please tell me? I live in the US.
Bonjour, svp, what is the make of the vanity?
great idea for a door between dining room and kitchen with little or no swing room and block walls that would prohibit a pocket door.
bathroom door is cool - I really like that style. Could we do it with both doors next to each other on that side of the living room where bathroom is on right and left is the bedroom. That would look great. Yes I am going to look for reclaimed wood that would look good.
Croma Design Inc
Who makes the tiles on the walls? Thanks
who makes the stainless steel console?
Who makes the light sconces? Thanks!
glass shower divider
What do you like about this photo? And... Simple shower but need lots of room!!!
SHOWER GLASS DIVIDER
Glass shower divide for bathrooms
Sandberg Schoffel Architects
Australia. This bathroom in country NSW is part of a renovated old church. The wildlife calling this lovely part of the world home would make this outlook all the more magical.
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
Gramercy Penthouse, New York
who makes this sink and the tap and soap dispenser? Gorgeous!
Please, share with me the make and where to buy this sink. Thanks so much, Leslie
Would love to know who makes the Bottle Trap. Love the sleek look. You did beautiful job. Thanks so much
I would also like to know the make of the sink
For the powder room I was thinking of dark and warm... But with nice lighting effects. So that when the bathroom is used during a party for example, there is an extra comforting retreat space...
No room for clutter. Could have narrow full height storage to right of sink.
Powder Room - It's darker and has deep colors.
who makes the vanity and mirror?
Powder room or white tiles in main bathroom on feature wall near bath
fixture from Boyd Lighting adds even more drama to the room.
The cloak room off the hallway is primarily used by guests. ‘We really wanted to pump it up and again make it very jewel box like,’ says Riker. He adds that the Maya Romanoff wallpaper (which was applied only on the back wall) ‘looks like shells
The powder room off the entry is primarily used by guests. "We really wanted to pump it up and again make it very jewel box like," says Riker. He adds that the Maya Romanoff wall covering (which was applied only on the back wall) "looks like shells and is very shimmery and textural." A ceiling fixture
Bergen Street Residence
Would love to know the size of the room. Great use of a small space for a 3/4 bath. Thanks for your consideration
Who makes this sconce? Thank you.
interesting... large sink and cabinet, yet somehow works.... i think the difference is that harvey's place wouldn't have the towel bar next to it and that makes a difference
off this many materials in a tight space (dark wood, marble, two kinds of tile), strategic placement makes it work here. The tile on the shower floor blends unobtrusively with the marble, deep gray-blue walls appear to recede, and the espresso-brown vanity
put curtain behind the lip and make it clear
each other. Although it can be tricky to pull off this many materials in a tight space (dark wood, marble, two kinds of tile), strategic placement makes it work here. The tile on the shower floor blends unobtrusively with the marble, deep gray-blue walls appear to recede, and the espresso-brown vanity